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10" Metal Screw Lock Rings - 10pk
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10" Metal Screw Lock Rings - 10pk

10" Metal Screw Lock Rings - 10pk

Part #: MYSL010
2 Questions, 2 Answers
Brand: MyBinding

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Main Features:
  • Outside Diameter: 9-3/16"
  • Straight Edge: 4-1/4"
  • Hinge: 5/16"
  • Quantity: 10pk
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ProductDescription

The largest Screw Lock Ring measuring in at a whooping 10" is perfect for organizing your tools around you workshop or tool belt, but don't limit this Screw Locking Ring to just those applications. The 10" Screw Locking also works great for industrial sample swatches and just about anything else you can think off. Our 10" Screw Lock Ring has an 9-3/16 outside diameter, 4-1/4" straight edge and a 5/16" hinge. Our Screw Lock Rings come in a 10 pack.

Product Details

  • Outside Diameter: 9-3/16"
  • Straight Edge: 4-1/4"
  • Hinge: 5/16"
  • Quantity: 10pk
  • Size: 10 Inch
  • Color: Silver
  • Part Number: MYSL010

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about Binding Rings. They come in sizes ranging from ¾" all the way to 10". The smallest size can probably hold close to 100 sheets of 20lb paper and here's the largest size next to 4 reams of paper. That's 2000 sheets. Binding rings actually work better with less conventional uses, like keeping score at a game or holding your flash cards together, even making your own note pads. There are 2 types of ring bindings. This is less secure, which just unsnaps and snaps back on and the more secure screws together to ensure that your p... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about Binding Rings. They come in sizes ranging from ¾" all the way to 10". The smallest size can probably hold close to 100 sheets of 20lb paper and here's the largest size next to 4 reams of paper. That's 2000 sheets. Binding rings actually work better with less conventional uses, like keeping score at a game or holding your flash cards together, even making your own note pads. There are 2 types of ring bindings. This is less secure, which just unsnaps and snaps back on and the more secure screws together to ensure that your pages don't fall out and there are different benefits for using either type. Within the conventional 3-hole punch, when using the more secure rings, your pages will have a bit more trouble getting past the screw part. With the less secure, your pages move freely throughout the entire ring. And those are binding rings. For more demos, reviews and how-to's, go to MyBinding.com.

Questions & Answers
Q:
What is the diameter of the ring? 1/4" or 3/8"?
Asked by Mike
A:
Thank you for your question. At its widest point ( the hinge) the lateral diameter of the rings is 9/32".

Answered by MyBinding 1 years and 7 months ago ago
Q:
Do you offer custom colors (in bulk) for screw lock rings?
Asked by Danika Kamikawa
A:
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately we are not able to custom color lock rings. You can find our complete selection rings here .

Answered by MyBinding 1 years and 8 months ago ago
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